#TarotTuesday – Six of Cups

Welcome to another Tarot Tuesday!

If you are just joining me, let me explain the inspiration to begin these posts. In Texas, and all across the country, Taco Tuesday is a popular day when Tacos are usually 99 cents. So, I had the inspiration, or Angel nudge as I like to think of it, to create a Tarot Tuesday. Each Tuesday I will post a different Tarot card and give its meaning. I pray and ask for the right card that will bring a universal message.

I created a short video to demonstrate how I pull the card for the posts. If youโ€™re interested, hereโ€™s aย LINK.

Today’s card is the SIX OF CUPS

Keywords: Revisiting the past, childhood memories, innocence, and joy.

The Six of Cups is a card that takes you back to the happy memories from your past, whether as a child, teenager or young adult. You may simply be revisiting those memories in your mind, or you may travel back to your childhood home or reconnect with your childhood friends. A teenage sweetheart or past lover may turn up again. These connections bring you a sense of joy and happiness as you reminisce over all the fun times you had together. Take this occasion to explore whether you still have a lot in common and if you wish to continue the relationship now.

The Six of Cups often shows an increased level of harmony and cooperation in your relationships. You are ready to give and receive, without expectation.

The Six of Cups invites you to get in touch with your inner child and experience the fun, freedom and innocence that comes with being a young child again. You might like to sit down with an adult coloring book, dance like no-one is watching you, play your favorite childhood games or spend more time around children. When you give yourself permission to be playful, spontaneous, and creative, you connect more with your authentic self and your intuition.

The Six of Cups can also refer to children in your life. It can suggest a pregnancy (perhaps twins), a birth and siblings who play nicely together. It may also be a sign that you are about to spend more time with young children, playing, laughing and learning together. Children are often here to teach you something about yourself and can serve as great advisors. Kids also set good examples for how to stay present, open-minded and curious. They see the world as a magical place and their hearts are open to the myriad of pleasures available to them.

On this card, we see a little girl sharing her many vases of flowers with another little girl who has none. So, the first thought that hit me was the phrase, “neighbor helping neighbor.” In these troublesome times, that is a good practice, and to do it with the highest vibration of harmony. I spend almost every day of my life around children, and they indeed still see this crazy world as a magical place, even when they are forced to wear a mask. ๐Ÿ™‚ What say you?

As always, thank you for joining me! See you next Tuesday for another inspiring message from the Universe via the Tarot Cards!

As always, I use the Rider-Waite Radiance deck and BiddyTarot.com for interpretations.

40 thoughts on “#TarotTuesday – Six of Cups

  1. Jan, your tarot readings are so wise, the words seem so fluid on the page, almost trancelike. “When you give yourself permission to be playful, spontaneous, and creative, you connect more with your authentic self and your intuition.” — This is so on target. Learning how to do something beyond my reach requires childlike faith in the possible.

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    1. I’m so glad you enjoy the Tarot readings. I sincerely let Spirit lead me with them and they are always on target. Not because of me, but because of the incredible power of the Universe! Thank you for stopping by. Your statement about learning something beyond our reach requires childlike faith is SO true! Wishing you the best!

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      1. Hi, Rob! Yes! I have two new short stories out. I wrote them for a short story contest. They are both very different. One is a Western, which I’ve never attempted to write before. I hope you’ll check out “Brazos Wind,” and “Brother’s Keeper!”

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  2. OMG!!! That card takes you back to your memories? My husband and I turned 50 this year and last weekend we celebrated together. Our kids surprised us with a slideshow containing over 100 photos from the past 50 years and they made a playlist with countless songs from the 70s and 80s. Also, they decorated the tent that way! This card is right on target!

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  3. I can completely relate to this card right now. This weekend, I got together with my family for a little relaxation and fun. My sister and I decided to get on the trampoline and jump like we used to when we were little. We laughed so much. It brought back great memories. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Oh my! What fun, Yvette!! So glad you got to have some awesome family time with lots of laughs! It’s uncanny how accurate the cards are, especially as I am getting down to the end of the deck. It’s amazing! Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Lol, Robbie. Yes, my grandchildren are going through the same exact thing. They fight,, then want to sleep together. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for stopping by. Here’s to some harmony!! xoxo

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  4. This is a beautiful card, Jan. I enjoyed your interpretation. We should always hold on to some aspects of our childhood. So much of life is about perception, and if we choose to see the world through the eyes of our inner child life would look much better. โค xo

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    1. It’s so easy to lose that inner child connection as we move through our adult lives. But it’s always there just waiting to be recognized. Thank you for stopping by and here’s to the joy of the inner child! Hugs!

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  5. Another great reading, Jan. I love the image of children reaching out to one another. The neighbor to neighbor image is a strong one for me. Last night I said goodbye to my adoptive grandchildren who lived next door. They are on their way to their new home out of state. I will miss all the hugs and chatter from these little ones. โ™ฅ

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    1. One of those bittersweet moments in life, Gwen. I know you will miss the little ones and hopefully, they will find joy wherever they go. Thank you for stopping by! Hugs!

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  6. This card made me smile. The lockdown laws here in Oz sees me spending more unfiltered time with my daughter and soon to be eight-year-old Grandson. His laughter and his pure joy of life shine a warming light in the darkness we are all currently experiencing. He adapts and modifies his games to suit my level of health. He dissolves into giggles at the mere thought of Grandma on the trampoline. ๐Ÿ˜ Love this card, Jan.

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  7. I love a card the tells us to embrace that inner child and the children around us. One thought came to mind to stop and smell the flowers. What a great reminder of the magic around us even in the darkest of times.

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    1. Oh, so true, Denise. I didn’t think of the ‘stopping to smell the flowers’ aspect of the card, but it is very fitting! And yes, our inner child gets so suppressed when we turn into responsible adults. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment! Hugs!

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